It really should be fruits, not fruit. So it's not as suggestive as you might think
I think they here mean "fruit" as plural, as in English three apples are fruit, while apples and oranges are fruits.
Thats why i clicked to mention the mistake , and u guys are off like wild beasts...still fun to read the comments.
Its plural because if you went to the shop and bought appleS, orangeS and GrapeS you have bought SOME fruit not some fruits. However, you have bought several different 'Fruits' (types of fruit). Hope that makes sense
this can be taken very out of context
Shouldn't it translate as 'fruits'? 'frugter' is plural indefinite if I'm not mistaken?
Got this from a comment above >>> "I think they here mean 'fruit' as plural, as in English three apples are fruit, while apples and oranges are fruits."
Is plural because is "frugter" if it would "frugt" it would singular....
But I saw the same case in the levels before, probably could be a misstake on the library data... I really dont know
and thats where babies come from
The correct answer just dosent make sense in a grammar this sentence has a grammatical error
A woman's fruitS? a + plural = mindfucking!
The indefinite article 'a' is referring to 'woman' here, not 'fruits'.
yes but it's translated as fruit..yet the danish is plural
"Fruit" is also a possible plural in english, look above.